Opportunity for our members
There’s no need to go abroad for a real Christmas market this year – there’s a fabulous choice right here at home in Sligo. The compact nature of the county allows visitors to visit several markets over a weekend and really soak up the atmosphere. Music spills from the rafters, fairy lights twinkle overhead and the scents of Christmas waft through the air. Delicious foodie treats – sea veg, chocolately nibbles, breads, cheeses and dips, craft beer, sushi - compete for attention with gorgeously handcrafted gifts. You’ll find Sligo Food Trail members at all the markets and some, like Murson’s Farm, take a stand at several.
The Sligo Food Trail, a network of food businesses in County Sligo is delighted to announce we have received significant funding from CEDRA, Dept. of Agriculture to assist with the growth of our initiative in 2016 and for the future. The funding will be supported by Sligo County Council, LEO Sligo, Fáilte Ireland and Sligo [...]
Come join the Shells Wonderland and create your own individual Winter Wreath. We have our wonderful florist Sophie from Space To Grow providing all the equipment along with Design Tuition... so all you need to do is bring yourself. We kick off at 6.45pm, with a glass of bubbles and some festive nibbles. We [...]
The dates for Pudding Row Baking Classes for November and December have being released.
Slow Food North West Ireland presents a nine course tasting menu inspired by the ancient Celts at The Grass Roof Cafe, The Organic Centre, Rossinver, Co. Leitrim.
Three course meal in Shells Sea Side Bakery Café, Strandhill. An intimate affair with a great atmosphere.
Music Lovers! The Osta Sessions - every Wednesday 6pm! Here is the line up for next few weeks-not to be missed! Dates: 19th October - Wayne O Connor 26th October - Jim and Amy 2nd November - The Honey Bees 9th November - Nicola and Colin Gillen
Fáilte Ireland partner with Iarnród Éireann and Sligo Food Trail in dedicated ‘Extend the Season’ initiative
Fáilte Ireland are today (Wednesday 5th October) partnering with Iarnród Éireann and the Sligo Food Trail – Harvest Feast Season, in bringing all Sligo has to offer to a group of VIP writers as part of a series of new initiatives to stimulate regional dispersion and seasonal extension along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Food is fuelling tourism like never before. Food inspires travellers and connects visitors to the heritage culture and people of the area. The Sligo Food Trail was launched in April 2016 and we are now embarking on an autumnal Harvest Feast campaign.